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Foreign Office Notice.
FoRKtoN Ofhok, 1
HoKotutu, H. I., Deo. 13, 1892.
Bo it known to Ml whom it may concern
Mil. BUUOE OAHTWltiaitT
hnving this day presented to tills Dopnrt-
inont his commission from His Kxccllenoy
Rcmiglo Morales Bermndei, President of
the Ropnbllc of Pern, which Is found to
bo In duo form; ho the said Mr. Bruce
Cartwrlght is hereby acknowledged, by
order of Hor Mnjosty tho Queen, as Con
snl for tho Republic of Peru at Honolulu,
and all his otllcial acts as such are ordered
to rocclvo full faith and credit by tho au
thorities of this Government.
M. P. ROBINSON,
Minister of Foreign Affair".
099 8WS1 It
"Will bo received nt tho Interior Ofllco until
FRIDAY, Decombor23, 1892, at li! o'clock
noon, for furnishing to tho Insane Asylum
tho Supplies named iri tho following
Schedules for tho term of six months from
January 1st, 1893.
Beflf, Fresh -l,C001b.
Beef, Prime 00 lbs.
Bread, Fresh...., . .. 020 loaves
Bread, Saloon Y.iC 3l01bR.
Brooms, Steamboat loz.
Baking Powder, Royal, G-oz. tins.... 2 doz.
Boans, Pink 80 lbs.
Coffee, Green Kona 100 lbi.
Codfish, Whole 01b.
Flour, Golden Gate... . 3 jr. sks.
Matches, Long cards 14 gross
Maccaroni 15 lbs.
Vermicelli , 151bs.
Pearl Barley . . ,25 lbs.
Oat Meal .,50 lbs.
Oil, Kerosene (best) ...Ceases
Onions -1 crates
Potatoes.. . ..... ...'.. Gcratcs
Pork, Corned '. i bbl.
Rice, No. 1 . . 700 lbs.
Sugar, No. 1 800 lbs.
Salt, coarse . . . . 100 lbs.
Tobacco, plug at per lb 2bxs.
Tea, China Pouching, at per lb 2bxs.
Tomatoes, canned Cdoz.
Bran, at per ton of 2000 lbs 5 bags
Middling, at per ton of 2000 lbs. .5 bags
Rolled Barley, at per ton of 2000 lbs..5 bags
Bids must be made for the items of each
Schedule separately. r
All supplies must be delivered at tho
Asylum in such quantities as from time to
time required and subject to the inspection
and approval of tho Medical Superinten
dent or his Assistant.
All tenders must be endorsed "Tender
for Supplies Insane Asjlum, Schedule 'A'
or 'B.' "
Tho Minister of the Interior does not
bind himself to accept the low est or any
bid. G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 13, 1892. 593-3t
TENDERS FOB BEEF CATTLE.
Office of the Board of Heiltii, 1
Honolulu, December 13, 1892.)
Tenders will be received at this office un
til WEDNESDAY, January 4, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, for supplying the Leper Set
tlement on Molokai with:
1-Good Beef Cattlo weighing not less
than 350 lbs. per head when dressed.
2-Fat Beef Cattle.
Tho Cfittle are to be delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition at an
average of 90 head per month, more or less,
for the nse of the Board from January 1,
1893, to June 30, 1893.
The tender for Fat Beef Cattle must be
for the price per pound when dressed, and
that for Good Beef Cattle must be per head.
Tho hides and tallow are to bo the pro
perty of the Board.
All the bids must bo marked "Tender for
Supplying tho Leper Settlement with
The Board will elect which tender to ac
cept, and does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
By order of the. Board of Health.
President Board of Health.
598 Ot-51 3t
O. ALAP A, Esq., has this day boon ap
pointed a member of the Road Board for
the Taxation District of Koolauloa, Oahu,
for the unexpired term made vaciitit by tho
resignation of S. Kalielo.
G. N. WILC X,
Minister of the Intorior.
Interior Office, Decombor 14, 189-'.
A. HOCKING, Esq., has this day beon
appointed a mombor of the Road Board of
the District of Makawao, Island of Maul.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, December 11, 1692.
Freight or Charter
Rated under special survey at II. 1 is
offered for Freight or Charter,
gHW Apply to the Captain, or to
599-lt J. S. WALKER.
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
collection of Foreign
HtAinns with the undersigned for disposal.
Those desiring to select from the abovo
collection ean obtain sheets on approval
by flying to ajs0w BURGE8B
Terms: 'Net Cash. 698-lw
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carriers for 60 cents per month,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Put Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 11, 1892.
Jnmos Pnyn, in "Our Note Book"
of tho Illustrated London Nowadays
"tho talont for writing disagroonblo
romnrks is n very common one, nnd
thnt of judicious pulogy oxceodingly
rnroj tho former requires only n lit
tlo impudonco, but tho latter a groat
deal of courago." This remark suits
tho parnsilo press of Honolulu to
WILL THE BOUNTY GOP
In theso islands tho United Statos
presidential election this year had a
peculiar interosU It was far boyond
tho usual rivalry of party sympathies
amongst American residents, or tho
fair proportion folt by other resi
dents of tho interest that such an
important ovont invites tho world
over. Our community without re
gard to nationality could not holp
considering thnt it was concerned in
tho 'issues. It was generally bo
liovod from evidences of tho cam
paign that tho succoss of Grovor
Clovoland would bo tho death knoll
of tho McKinloy Act with its sugar
clauses. Underlying this was a
vague notion of bonofit to theso isl
ands in tho restoration of tho advan
tages they possessed undor recipro
city prior to tho tariff legislation in
question. Even local sympathizers
with tho Jlopublican party and sin
cere boliovors in its protection
policy, perhaps a majority of all
those, rejoiced openly or secretly
over tho news of tho overwhelming
Democratic victory, especially lyhen
ifrincluded tho fact that tho Demo
cratic party uuder its banner of
tariff reform was, to havo control of
tho Senate as well as tho Houso of
It is not perfectly clear, however,
that we are entitled to attach any
extravagant hopes to tho Democratic
victory. There is hardly a likelihood
that tho reciprocity clauses of the
McKinloy Act will be among those
to bo repealed. Undor these clauses
several countries in South and Cen
tral America have como in for equal
favor with this kingdom in regard
to sugar and other tropical products.
Their products undor such stimulus
may reasonably bo expected to bo
greatly increased, giving so much
more competition for tho products
of those islands to encounter in our
one great market. As yet it is im
possible to judge with certainty,
though, just what changes will bo
mado in tho sugar tariff whon tho
JEcKinley Act comes to be overhaul
ed by its devoted enemies. The last
mail brings us a number of more or
less weighty opinions on tho ques
tion, from which may bo gathered
at least somewhat of tho tendency
of influential Democratic intentions
at present. It looks as if the sugar
bounty is doomed, and a light re
venue tariff is to be placed on raw
as well as refined sugar. Tho aboli
tion of all duties would dash expect
ations of Hawaii's getting over hor
difficulties by going into refining.
Anj' duty on raw would in propor
tion to its size restore some of tho
advantages under tho reciprocity
treaty which this country lost
through the McKinloy Act.
A Now Orleans paper quotes a
Mississippi paper as saying that tho
Louisiana Democrats would oppose
tho repeal of tho sugar bounty,
which Mr. Cleveland denounced as
undemocratic and class legislation.
Tho Mississippi paper further said
that tho passage of tho McKinloy
bill was only intended as "hush
money " to a portion of tho Southern
farmers, and added:
No, indood, tho sugar growers of
Louisiana aro no more entitled to
protection from the government in
consequence of their peculiar loca
tion, than sand hill cotton farmers
of East Mississippi aro ontitlod to a
bounty from tho government, be
cause their lands aro not as fertile as
tho alluvial lands of tho dolta.
To this tho Now Orleans paper in
Tho revenue and constitutional
duty on sugar was repealed by tho
Republicans in accordance with
their protectionist system, and tho
bounty, which is unconstitutional
and pernicious, was granted at the
demand of certain Western States
that dosirod to manufacture boot and
sorghum sugar in competition with
tho oano sugar of Louisiana.
Tho paper goes on to say that
oven whon tho sugar planters of
Louisiana "labored undor the delu
sion that tho protoctivo tariff was
essontial to tho sugar industry, and
that a revenue tariff meant, pos
sibly, its destruction or injury, thoy
stood resolutely by tho Democratic
party." It mentions that tho sugar
planters have learned that the reve
nue tariff was their safest and, in
dood, their only standby, and con
cludes with an ablo argument in bo
half of a tariff on sugar that it esti
mates would yield $G5,000J000 or
$70,000,000 of rovonuo, while inci
dentally giving four or five million
dollars of protection to domestic
producers of sugar,
An article in tho Duluth Herald
headod, "Tho Sugar Bounty Doom
ed," gives a roport from Washing
ton that tho Republicans in Con
gross will not opposo tho abolition
of tho sugar bounty clause of tho
McKinloy law. This action of tho
Republicans is said to bo prompted
by tho fact that Louisiana cast a
largor Democratic voto than ovor
this year, although that Stato got
$6,000,000 out of tho total $7,000,000
paid in sugar bounties in tho past
Tho Newport, R. I., Nows says
"one of tho first things thnt tho now
administration should do is to repeal
tho bounty net by which from ton to
sixtoon millions dollars is each year
takon out of tho United Statos
treasury and prosontod as a gift to
tho sugar producers of Louisiana
nnd a few othor Statos. It says that
to givo this amount of tho pooplo's
monoy away "is tho most unblushing
prostitution of authority that has
ovor boon witnessed on this conti
nent." Tho Nows compares tho
bounty Bystom to tho class distinc
tions of Europe, saying, "This most
glaring attompt to foist tho odious
distinctions of tho Old World upon
tho Now should bo robukod."
Tho Republican Administration is
charged by tho Utica, Now York,
Observer with tho prospect of re
tiring from control to loavo a certain
doficit of $48,000,000' behind it, in
place of tho $100,000,000 surplus loft
in tho treasury by Grovor Clovoland
whon ho retired less than four years
ago. For this stato of tho funds tho
Observer charges tho sugar legisla
tion in part, as taking $620,000,000
out of tho treasury alone by repeal
of duty and imposition of bounty.
Col. Honry Wattorson, ono of the
most brilliant lights in tho Demo
cratic party, said in his paper, tho
Louisville Courior-Journal, "Just as
soon as tho Democrats got tho power
thoy will wipo out tho atrocious
Republican sugar bounty system
and restore the sugar duties."
Tho Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Loader treats as "protection fold
orol" tho reports from Washington
that nothing worth while in tho
way of tariff reduction will bo prac
ticable for the reason, as it is stated,
that tho practically bankrupt con
dition of the treasury will not per
mit it. The Leader estimates a sav
ing of $10,000,000 annually by re
pealing the sugar bounty, and a gain
of $20,000,000 obtained by putting
half a cent a pound duty on raw
sugars, both of the which would
also break up tho sugar ring and so
Sevoral other citations might be
made, did space allow, from papers
both East and West, the tenor of
which is that the bounty ought to
be abolished and a small tax be laid
on raw sugar. There are numbers
of journals that declare tho beet
sugar industry can bo established
without the aid of a bounty obnoxi
ous in the eyes of less favored agri
Mr. J. O. Boswell, one of the best
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Texasj suffered with
diarrhoea for a long time and tried
many different remedies without
benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
used; that relieved him at once. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
will be held at their room TO MORROW
(Thursday) MORNING at 10.20 o'clock.
Every member is carnostly requested to be
J. B. ATHL'RTON,
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB
sence from this Kingdom, Mr. Wal
ter M. GifFard will act for me under power
of attomoy. WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Dec. 7, 1892. C93-2w
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Corner Fort & Bcrctanla sts.
Experienced Dressmakers Just from tbe Coast
Ladles giving us a call aro assured
of perfect satis
Iiy A. M. BETTENCOUBP,
Vetorinury Surgeon and Dealer in Horses,
cornor Beretanla and Punchbowl sts.
Mutual Melephono 877.
Union Gas Engine'Co.
(Incorporated May 10, 1802.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
Horizontal & Upright,
Stationary & Marine,
Gas & Gasoline Engines,
Pumps it Launches,
618-tf Sole Agent for Hawaiian IslandB.
W. H. STONE,
P. O. Box 17.
.-i vr'-r k.
" , Lj.y ,
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihn
street for salo.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Porfumos in groat varioty at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
Now idoas in Porfumos for holiday
prosonts at BonBon, Smith & Co.
Aftor shaving use Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agouts,
Sunburn relieved at onco bj Cu
cumbor Tonio. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort streot,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
casos. Mutual Telephone 682.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
King Bros, havo some vory pretty
Christmas cards mounted with Ha
waiian forns. Sond ono by tho Ala
meda mail on tho 15th.
Pictures! PicturosI Picturosl Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christinas presents and that King
Bros, havo a lino lino of now subjects
of all sorts with pricos to suit tho
Winter & Winter, Dontists. Ofllco,
33 Borotauia streot.
Gold fillings $300
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted. ...v 50
Eastern Pricos. Mutual Tele
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
" ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
." would come on and I would have
" to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
1 ' icine, ana felt much
"better, and after
" taking a little more
' ' August Flower my
peared, and since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
"least fear of distress I wish all
"that are afflicted with that terrible
" disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
By Lewis J. Levey.
By order of Messrs. THEO H. DA VIES &
CO., I will soil at l'ablic Auction,
at my Salesroom,
On Thursday, Dec. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A Special Clearance. Sale of Merchandise,
Merinos, Lawns, Hats, Hosiery,
Underwear, Flannels, Towels, Etc.
Candles, Sardines, Mustard,
Soap, Hair Oil, Etc., Etc.
Toilet Sots, Bowls,
Dinner Sets in Every Variety.
Saucepans, Frjiians, Kottlcs,
Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
And Humorous other Goods appertaining
to the trade.
Tho whole to bo sold without ro-
servo regardloss of cost.
Lewis T. Leveyt
Embroidered Dress Goods, Etc, Etc.,
On Saturday Afternoon,
A.T S O'CLOOK,
tUt-'At Salesroom of
Lewie J. Xjevey,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'i
Saturday) Dec. 10, 1892.
The Christmas Menu contest closes on
the 16th int.
The dinner is to hf for five people and
not to cost more than $10.
The Menus will be judged entirely on
their merits and without regard to the
persons submitting them.
810 noes to the amateur and SO to the
professional furnishing the best Menus,
CM the lsl tnsl. the Menus will be
published in the Bulletin and the best
of them will be appropriately illustrated.
the above we
come the Bulletin
to contribute to the contest.
Understand that the entire fam
ily, though there may be only
one paper sent to the house, is
entitled to compete. The more
Menus submitted the more interesting-
will be the publica
tion. Names of persons sub
mitting the Menus will not be
published if they request us
at low prices
last week was
brisk, but we
have some excellent ones letf
that go to you at the same re
duced price until they are sold.
It is an opportunity you may
not have again. If you need
light grasp it.
This year our stock of Cut
Glass is composed of small
pieces which come within the
reach of the thinnest purse.
Last season when coin was
ful we had lar
ger and more
out were lacking
in the smaller table pieces.
Cream Pitchers, Rose Bowls
for one or two flowers; 'Olive
Dishes, Sauce Platters and
Water Pitchers so delicately
cut and shaped as to attract
the attention of people who
enjoy a meal more when the
Viands are placed in appro
priate settings. Cut glass is
like gold, age does not detract
irom its ap
pearance. Among some
ing odd pieces
of cut glass is
as much a fad of the
as gathering pieces of old lace.
But it's less expensive. The
prices marked on our assort
ment are surprisingly low
while the pieces are as beauti
ful as any we have ever had
There is nothing more appro
priate for Christmas.
.The lamp business is still
booming and the indications
point to a long
of it. There's
wet when it comes
to lamps. Two or three new'
designs, have some very fetch
ing points about them. One
with a black frame work around
a brass fount is the handsomest
we have among the inexpensive
hangers. While it is strong
and everlasting the absence of
anything too massive or bung
ling adds to its superiority
over the others.
run on parlor
but we were
well prepared on be
for it. We still have some
verv choice, ones, marvels of
cheapness. Our stock was con
sidered perfect last year but
the lamp workers have been
improving and a recent visit to
the factories in the East enabled
us to get hold of some that
fairly discount anything we
McK i n 1 eyed
out of sight,
One of them made of brass and
inlaid with genuine Mexican
Onyx will win any one's admir
ation. Hawaiian Hardware Co., LM
Oppo, Sprockets' Slock,
Corner of Fort
I Beg to Notify the
- MY ENTIEB
Toys, Xmas Goods,
Must lie Closed Out
& My Stock consists of
PRICES are the LOWEST.
B5 To Buy
is an Occurrence
which Seldom Occurs.
Scar3 I have
can't help but prove irresistible to you
ITS Call Soon In Order to Get the Best Bargains ! 625S
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
Velocipedes, best make, for Boys from 3 to
5 years, at $3.95.
Colognes ! Colognes !
Moyfs German, :
Hinano, Lei Aloha.
Toilet "W"sttea?s I
Sachet I?o"wclers, .
Bto., lEto., Bto.
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an ofllco for transacting all
business in connection with
Trusts, Pnrchaso and Bale of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And is prepared to Andtt Accounts.
Office i "Old Chamber ol Commerce Koom."
' OompboU Blook. P.O. Box 65.
and Hotel Streets.
Public I that
DAY ON- f?r
USEFUL .TOYS aiuhniy
Useful Presents at Closing out Prices
Coaxers in the TOY LLNEthat
A FIKBT-OLABB FAMILY BATHING
XX liesort at Waiklkl. Tramcara pass
arrangements can be
made (or Family
I'lcmes ana Evening
Smith & Co.
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